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Covid-19 has changed the world, and not for the better. It has given governments and powerful people the opportunity to grab more power and control over the lives of people, power and control that God never designed or desired them to have. Through playing to people’s fear freedoms are stolen and will be very difficult to recapture. We need genuine individual and national repentance before God.
In this stream we will be looking at articles we have written that deal with the coronavirus specifically, the way God designed civil government to operate and how it is abused in general, or how we can stand in the face of this challenge. Don’t be afraid to leave your comments on the bottom of pages.
This page links to quality articles. Updated often.
Many Christians are confused on what the Bible teaches about submission to civil government. When to we have the Biblical right to disobey unjust laws? Do we have to passively submit to masks, lockdowns, etc.?
Even in these times of Covid, one of the greatest principles of the Kingdom of God is the giving of Thanks. This course will direct you into turning the Scriptures into prayers of thanksgiving.
Written before Covid but applies very well.
A free e-mail course on how God designed the world to operate and how Government interference causes pain, suffering and poverty.
Is Covid just a natural or man-made disaster, or is it a judgment from God. How are we to understand it?
One of the great challenges people face with the coronavirus is fear. This should not be a problem for the Christian, but often it is.
This is a free email course or a paid online course, but both require the purchase of a textbook. Learn the principles of overcoming all kinds of fears in your life.
If God is truly in control of this world, then the Christian can rest in peace.
Learn the principles for building and practicing faith in your life.
Does the Bible have illustrations about wearing masks? Yes, it does.
Jesus said not to resist evil. What did He mean by that?
A look at whether we can ethically use something that was originally evil for a good purpose.